RCMP press release
PETE may have travelled to or through the following communities of BC and/or Alberta: Kamloops - 100 Mile House - Surrey - Cranbrook - Sparwood - Grande Prairie (AB) - Lethbridge (AB)
The investigation has now been turned over to the North Vancouver RCMP’s Serious Crime Unit which is actively following up on information that may lead to PETE’s current whereabouts.
PETE was last seen in May of 2011 and was reported missing to police by her family on August 08, 2011. All efforts to locate her have proven negative. Investigation conducted thus far has concluded that PETE has not made any contact with her close family or friends which is concerning to all.
Furthermore, investigators have determined that PETE has not accessed any of her personal social media websites or her financial accounts since her disappearance.
Information has surfaced that PETE may have hitch hiked her way north through the province and possibly into Alberta but investigators have not yet been able to corroborate this information. The fact that PETE may have hitch hiked through BC naturally raises the concern for her safety.
Angeline’s mother has two messages; one to the general public and one to her daughter:
- “I am reaching out to anybody who knows my daughter for her safe return home.”
- “We just need to know that you are safe and sound and well looked after. Please call home. We love you Princess.”
Angeline PETE is described as:
- Aboriginal: age - 28 years old, height -163cm (5"4") - weight -68kg (150lbs)
- Long dark hair (known to occasionally dye it) brown eyes (wears contacts)
- Has a tattoo of a butterfly on her chest
If you have seen Angeline PETE or know of her whereabouts please contact Cst. Jaime Myles (604)969-7519 or Cpl. Michael Kokkoris (604)969-7516 of the North Vancouver RCMP Serious Crime Unit.
Anyone who wants to remain anonymous can call CRIME STOPPERS at 1(800) 222-8477 or leave a TIP online at www.bccrimestoppers.com.